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Floods / North Dakota, Minnesota, Alabama, Mississippi #263338

CBS Evening News for Monday, Apr 23, 1979
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(E. Grand Forks, Minnesota) Flood condition of Red River, include E. Grand Forks, Minnesota, detailed; films shown. [Delize FONTAINE - describes flood.] Grand Forks, North Dakota, conditions reported, shown.
REPORTER: Mike Walcher (WCCO-TV newstape)

(S. Mississippi) Flooding of Coffeeville dam by Tombigbee River noted; films shown. Potential evacuation of Mobile Cnty., Alabama, reported Columbia, Mississippi, flooding by Pearl River detailed; films shown. Varnado family farm situation examined. [Preston VARNADO - comments.] Gulf of Mexico mentioned.
REPORTER: David Dick (WKRG-TV newstape)

Cronkite, Walter

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